Arkansas Holocaust event interrupted by white supremacists with Nazi flags


(Worthy News) - Sir Beryl Wolfson, now 96 years old, witnessed the liberation of Holocaust concentration camps. From his wheelchair, adorned in a World War II Veteran cap and Star of David belt buckle, he shared his story on Sunday at a Holocaust Remembrance Day event in Russellville, Arkansas.

Unfortunately, the event was interrupted by protesters bearing antisemitic signs, including one that read “The Holocaust didn’t happen, but it should have.”

Bearing crosses, a large portrait of Jesus and Christian and Nazi flags, the protester’s antisemitic signs also included one reading “YHWH has the oven preheated.” [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More...) ]

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